Critically acclaimed, female-driven dystopian dramedy series “Creamerie” debuts its official season two trailer, from showrunner and director Roseanne Liang (Shadow in the Cloud, Avatar: The Last Airbender, the upcoming Maude vs Maude) and co-creators and stars Ally Xue (“Cowboy Bebop”), JJ Fong (“Wellmania”, Falling Inn Love) and Perlina Lau (“Friday Night Bites”). All six 30-minute episodes will premiere first in New Zealand on commissioning broadcaster TVNZ’s streaming service TVNZ+ on July 14; on Hulu in the U.S. later this summer; and on SBS On Demand and SBS VICELAND in Australia on August 28.
After a virus plague that decimated men around the globe, “Creamerie” follows three female dairy farmers from New Zealand who accidentally run into the last surviving male on the planet… or is he? Picking right up where season one’s shocking cliffhanger left off, season two sees Alex (Xue), Jamie (Fong), Pip (Lau) and male survivor Bobby (Jay Ryan) fleeing rural Hiro Valley and going on an epic road trip to bring Wellness cult leader Lane (Tandi Wright) to justice and uncover the truth about the mandemic. But to save humankind, they’ve first got to save their friendship.
The series’ ensemble cast also includes: Jay Ryan (“Beauty & The Beast”, IT: Chapter Two), Tandi Wright (Pearl, “The Returned”), Yoson An (The Meg, Mortal Engines, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Plane, “Dead Lucky”), Kim Crossman (Deathgasm, “Hashtaggers”), Zoe Terakes (“Nine Perfect Strangers”, “Wentworth”) and Rachel House (Moana, Thor: Ragnarok, Hunt for the Wilderpeople).
STREAMING ON HULU IN THE U.S. LATER THIS SUMMER